Alec Kirschner is an Associate in CBRE’s Downtown Manhattan office, where he focuses on tenant representation, specializing in the Downtown and Midtown South markets and serving firms across all industries.
Alec came to CBRE in 2013 from the world of professional hockey. Most recently he played for the Elmira Jackals of the ECHL, the affiliate team of NHL’s Ottawa Senators. Earlier, he played Division 1 hockey at the University of Connecticut where he received his Bachelor degree in Economics, with a minor in Business. He also represented the U.S.A.’s World Cup hockey team in Israel, leading the team to a gold metal as top scorer of the 2009 tournament—and it’s precisely this competitive sensibility that he puts at the service of his real estate clients.
Alongside his career in hockey, Alec also served as a property management compliance officer for Metropolitan Pacific Properties, in Astoria. Among his many duties, Alec assisted in preparing lease renewals for more than 600 tenants, reviewed daily work orders from superintendents of 16 different properties and communicated with boards of directors and residents, in the process building a strong reputation for sincerity, insight and professionalism.
- Licensed Salesperson in the State of New York
- Member, Real Estate Board of New York
- University of Connecticut, Bachelor of Arts in Economics with a minor in Business